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Use VLOOKUP function to create dynamic charts03:44
Use VLOOKUP function to create dynamic charts
In the last video, we introduced the tips for making dynamic charts quickly. And this video will show you how to create dynamic charts with the help of the VLOOKUP function. Some knowledge points such as drop-down lists, VLOOKUP function, and absolute references are involved in making dynamic charts. If you are not familiar with these knowledge points, you're welcome to enter WPS Academy to search for learning. Take this table as an example. We're going to create a dynamic char....
How to use the Excel MID function01:54
How to use the Excel MID function
When using WPS Spreadsheets to process data, sometimes we need to catch part of the data from a series of numbers. We can use the MID formula to realize it, to catch up a certain length of characters from a series of numbers. In this example, there is a list of phone numbers. The MID function can extract the long series of numbers, keeping the last seven numbers when removing the first three characters. Select cell D2 and click the Insert Function to pop up the Search for a function d....
INDEX MATCH formulas02:11
INDEX MATCH formulas
In the previous videos, we've learned about the usages of INDEX and MATCH formulas, respectively.The INDEX function can return a value in a cell regarding its column and row number in an array. Combining the INDEX MATCH formulas makes it flexible in value lookup. We can break the limitations of VLOOKUP and realize the reverse lookup. Here is a form recording the personal information of staff. How can we look up the 'Number' of a corresponding staff? We can run the INDEX MAT....
VLOOKUP formula across multiple sheets
In the following example, Sheet1 ‘Client Order List’ records the equipment types ordered by corresponding client company names, while Sheet2 ‘Price List’ lists Sequence No. and Price for each type of equipment. Now we want to fill in Column D ‘Price’ for each company, using the VLOOKUP function with data in Sheet2.Sheet1: Client Order List Sheet2: Price List · Option 1:1. Input =VLOOKUP(B2,'Price List'!$A$1:$C$11,3,FALSE) in cell C2 of Sheet1 ‘Client Order List’. 2. Select cell....
Look up data quickly with LOOKUP function04:23
Look up data quickly with LOOKUP function
Today I would like to introduce you to the LOOKUP function, which has many relevant knowledge points. Beginners will have some difficulty in learning the LOOKUP function, and the video will introduce the common use of this function and the notes in the process of using it. Take this spreadsheet as an example. If we want to find out who is the purchaser based on the lump sum in cell J9, we can use the LOOKUP function. The general statement structure of the LOOKUP function is LOOKUP (Loo....
How to hide columns in excel
· Hide a single column1. Right-click on the target column for operation.2. Choose Hide from the pop-up list. · Hide a columns within a continuous range range1. Right-click to select a continous column range.2. Choose Hide from the pop-up list. · Hide multiple column selections 1. Long-press Ctrl on the keyboard, while using the mouse to left-click the columns for operation.2. Right click on the last column(s) selected, and choose Hide from the list. To be office excel advanced, you cou....
How to unhide rows in excel
When using WPS Spreadsheet to process data, the Hidden Row function can hide the data temporarily not in need. The double line presents in between two columns means one/several column(s) has/have been hidden. For instance, Column B is hidden in the following screenshot. How can we show the hidden rows again in excel?1. Select Columns A to C.2. Right-click on it, and choose Unhide. To be office excel advanced, you could learn how to use WPS Office Spreadsheet online in WPS Academy.
How to hide rows in excel
· Hide a single row1. Right-click on the target row for operation.2. Choose Hide from the pop-up list. · Hide rows within a continuous range range1. Right-click to select a continuous row range.2. Choose Hide from the pop-up list. · Hide multiple row selections 1. Long-press Ctrl on the keyboard, while using the mouse to left-click the rows for operations.2. Right-click on the last row(s) selected, and choose Hide from the list. To be office excel advanced, you could learn how to use....